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Uninstalling everything EXCEPT ipam?

When I am trying to load the ipam webpage, its extremely slow and sometimes times out, so I figure trying to uninstall everything I am not using would help. I currently have a lot of components installed that are not being used that I would like to clean up. 

Is there a suggested way to uninstall everything except ipam?

Here is my current versions of everything that is installed: Orion Platform 2018.2 HF5, IPAM 4.7.0, NCM 7.8, CloudMonitoring 2.0.1, NPM 12.3, DPAIM 11.1.0, UDT 3.3.1, SAM 6.6.1, NetPath 1.1.3

Hopefully this is the right place to ask this question.

Thanks!

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Instead of uninstalling everything, how about upgrading to the latest version?

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No license for any installed module means no upgrade possibility.
Have that with a large Client currently who didn’t purchase maintenance for one single module...keeps all other modules stuck at 2019.4
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My suggestion would be uninstall everything and reinstall IPAM only.
Had a similar thing with a customer last week. They had UDT licensed but also NPM and NCM installed.
However, having such an old install, you can also start from scratch.
There are many great solarwinds consultants around the world, maybe you want some help from people who do this for a living.

Similar suggestion:  un-licence IPAM on your current machine, decommission machine.

 

Install new IPAM-only on a new machine, on the same database.  Licence.

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